Albanians Return to Streets of Tirana After Police Murder of 25-Year-Old

Thousands returned to the streets of Tirana for the 2nd day of protests after the 25-year-old Klodian Rasha was murdered by police for buying cigarettes past curfew. Several fires were set and many barricades were burnt, with far more violent clashes with police occurring. Tear gas was deployed, as well as police brutality including the use of rubber bullets and tear gas.

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